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 Washington. D. C. — Resignation der new-yorker Bundes-Senatoren R. Conkling und T. C. Platt am 16. Mei 1881. — Vizepräsident Arthur legt die Briefe derselben dem Senate vor. — Aufregung in Washington. 
Washington. D.C.—Resignation der new-yorker Bundes-Senatoren R. Conkling und T.C. Platt am 16. Mei 1881.—Vizepräsident Arthur legt die Briefe derselben dem Senate vor.—Aufregung in Washington.
by Unidentified 
[after Walter Goater]
Frank Leslie's Illustrirte Zeitung
Wood engraving, hand-colored, 1881-06-04
Image with text measurement
      Height: 9.25 inches  (23.495 cm)
      Width:  14 inches  (35.56 cm)
Cat. no. 38.00970.001
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  

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